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050 0 0 _aBS 2825.3 .E38 1999
100 0 _aEdinger, Edward F. 1922-1998
245 0 _aArchetype of the Apocalypse; a Jungian study of the Book of Revelation
300 _axx, 222p.; illus.; appendices; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; index
336 _a text
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337 _a unmediated
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338 _a volume
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500 _aEd. by George R. Elder.
500 _asee index under numbers for symbolism of numbers 1-10, 12, 24, 666. see also quaternity.. animals: beast, bird, dragon, fish, frog, toad, horse, lamb, lion, locusts, peacock, ram, scorpions, snake, serpent. cities: Babylon, Jerusalem, Rome, New York City
505 0 _aChapters:. 1. The grand final catatrophe. 2. Revelation: Chapters 1,2,3. 3. Revelation: Chapters 4,5. 4. Revelation: Chapters 6,7. 5. Revelation: Chapters 8,9,10. 6. Revelation: Chapters 11,12,13. 7. Revelation: Chapters 14,15,16. 8. Revelation: Chapters 17,18. 9. Revelation: Chapters 19,20. 10. Revelation: Chapters 21,22. Appendix I. A case history of possession by the apocalypse archetype: David Koresh. Appendix II: The Heaven's Gate cult
520 3 _aClose psychological study of the New Testament Bible's Book of Revelation presents apocalypse as the archetype of the breakdown of existing social structures and the coming of Self into conscious realization.
563 _aHardcover
650 _aBible. New Testament
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650 _aCriticism, Interpretation, etc.
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650 _aBible.--Revelation
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650 _aJungian psychology--Religious aspects--Christianity
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650 _aEnd of the world
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650 _aSymbolism
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650 _aAlchemy.
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264 _aChicago, IL
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